What Was the First Ever Record Played on Radio 1?

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Radio One first went on the air at 7am, September 30th 1967. The first song on air was the new Radio 1 theme tune, 'Theme One' by George Martin Orchestra. The first record aired was 'Flowers In The Rain' performed by The Move.
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